Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a seven-stage training, competition, and recovery pathway that guides an individual’s experience in physical activity and sport through childhood, teenage years, and adulthood. The LTAD serves as new way of thinking on how to best deliver sport and physical activity to Canadians.
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For athletes, it offers an avenue to achieve excellence and podium performances in the game we all love: Squash. For many more, it provides a fun, recreational pursuit that promotes physical, mental, and emotional health.
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